Video: Actress Calls Out Umar Krupp For Chopping Her Without Paying?

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A new video has surfaced online which captures an upcoming actress calling out handsome Ghanaian actor, Umar Krupp for banging her without fulfilling his part of the bargain.

The angry lady who according to sources is called Serwaa Akoto and happens to be an actress, has threatened to spill out Krupp’s dirty secrets if he fails to ‘do the right thing.’

“Umar Krupp this is going to be my last warning, I won’t call you again, I won’t text you again, this is going to be my last warning, If you don’t want me to disgrace you if you don’t want people to hear, please you know what to do you know, you know what to do”, the angry lady warned.


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